SHRM Society of Human Resource Management
MSU SHRM Chapter Executive Board meets every Wednesday. If you are interested in becoming a board member, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org expressing your interests, and your qualifications, with your resume attached.
Cameron Smith- President
Tamika Mason- Vice President
Shaniqua Knight- Secretary
Laura Gamble- Treasurer - Director Community Relations & Development
Candice Wade- Director Information Systems
Divine Kandolo- Director Communications & Social Media
Jared Phelps- Director of Programming
Donnell Taylor- Director of Student Relations
Honghua Li- Director of SHRM Merit Awards
Morgan State University-SHRM Chapter's mission is to serve as a bridge to the human resource community and to advance the knowledge, understanding and application of human resource principles and practices for students, alumni, and professionals.
The Morgan State University -SHRM Chapter is a student lead organization with support and guidance from key university faculty.
The purpose of our chapter is to enhance the growing Human Resources community on Morgan State University's campus.
Our objectives are to highlight Morgan's Graves School of Business as a destination for top HR talent.
- Through growing our membership with a 30% increase in membership each semester
- To promote active participation in chapter events
- And to have at least 5 members sit for the SHRM-CP
- Be a resource in the Morgan State University community that delivers valuable HR related information
- Promote leadership opportunities
- Provide an opportunity to meet, share and exchange ideas and practices
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Morgan State SHRM Chapter
4100 Hillen Rd.
Baltimore, MD 21218
1700 E. Cold Spring Ln.
Baltimore, MD 21251
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